This week the Four&Sons magazine finally arrived! If you’re not familiair with Four & Sons then you must check out their website. Four&Sons is both a print and online publication where dogs and culture collide. Chronicling the work of interesting people and their interesting dogs, Four&Sons is a guided tour through the worlds of art, photography, music, literature—even maths—as inspired by man’s best friend. For this edition are we the interesting people. We had a fun video chat with one of the editors named Nadia Saccardo and she wrote a really nice article about us, Wolf, our passions and our two cats. We couldn’t be more happier to see our photos printed in such a great mag. Thanks Marta and Nadia for this opportunity!
Four&Sons asked us to make a city / dog guide for the city Amsterdam. We’ve listed all our recommendations in one guide. Nice places to walk with your dog, shops where your dog is welcome and places where you can grab a drink/bite. We also designed the map that’s included. One thing we really love about this magazine is that a percentage of their profits will go to a charity. We could nominate this charity and we choose for Dierenhulp zonder Grenzen, this is a organization that take care of shelters in Europe and make sure that dogs and cats will get a good home in the Netherlands. Our precious Wolf is also from this organization.
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We’re very excited to tell about our latest project together with Puha Studio.
Puha Studio is a well known design studio in the centre of our hometown Eindhoven. Thompson (one of the owners) is a good friend of ours who has a black Labrador named Ace. Wolf and Ace are best buddies and they make long dog walks together. We try to find new dog walk spots every weekend and we always end up somewhere random in the forrest with beautiful views. Afterwards we always tell our friends (who has dogs as well) how beautiful that route was, but trying to explain how to walk was always difficult. Also trying to find a nice dog walk trail in a town where you’ve never been before is pretty hard. That’s when the idea came up to work together on a app for dog walkings. Puha is a boss in programming and interactive design and we could do the visual part. That’s how the idea of The Fur Club came up. You can discover new dog walks, track your own and get inspired to explore more. Every dog walk that you track will be saved so that other dog walkers nearby can walk that same beautiful route. You can now sign up for the Beta version when it’s ready to release. Check out the www.thefur.club for all the details.
When we planned our trip at home we where searching for a nice place to stay in Vík, a cute little town in the south of Iceland. Along the way we would pass by some great sightseeings. Via booking.com we found something beautiful, a dog friendly guesthouse called Einarsstaδir Homestay. It looked really promising.. great reviews, nice photos and they had dogs! Pretty ones.. so this was ment to be.
Along the way from Laugarvatn to Vík we visited the waterfall Seljalandfoss and the famous vulcano Eyjafjallajökull. Gulfoss was also on our list but the wind was very strong. We had some serious problems with opening the car doors so we decided to visit Gullfoss later on our way back to Reykjavík.
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Two weeks ago we visited the wolves in Germany. A Dutch man named Jos lives in Germany it was very interesting to see how Jos understand the wolves. It’s almost like he speaks the same language as them.
We were aloud to sit down with the wolves and cuddle a young wolf. She was very social because Jos raised her since she was a few days old. It’s unreal to come so close to a real wolf.
It was an amazing day together with our friends. Jos teached us a lot about these very special animals! It was definitely a day to remember. See our photos below.
Meet Agniete, Rapolas and Kivis. They are from Vilnius, Lithuania. We crossed paths during a photo assignment.
“Kivis always gets super excited when we take him to the beach. He really enjoys running and playing on the beach, we love watching him do this. He’s our best friend, the one that’s always next to us, no matter what. He’s our lovely tiger.” – Agniete and Rapolas